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Decision Support System for a Flash Flood and Landslide Warning System in an Upper Watershed: A Case Study at Mae Wang Watershed, Chiang Mai Province

To save people’s lives, the Decision Support System (DSS) for a flash flood and landslide warning system in an upper catchment of the Mae Wang watershed was developed involving the development of the methodology, models, and locations of the warning system. A general package radio service (GPRS) system was determined to be the most suitable and was selected. It used ... Read More »

Radial Variation of Microfibril Angle and Cell Wall Thickness in Eucalyptus camaldulensis Clones

Five superior clones and seedling of Eucalyptus camaldulensis at Sakaew plantation site in the eastern part of Thailand were selected for determining radial variation of microfibril angle, cell wall thickness. Results revealed that microfibril angle across the radial gradient of every samples slightly decreased with fluctuation from pith to bark but on the other hand, cell wall thickness steadily increased ... Read More »

Climatic Signals Derived from the Growth Variation and Cycles of Pinus merkusii in Easternmost Thailand

Pinus merkusii is one of tropical tree species that have been proven for dendroclimatic studies. In the last 10 years, most of the tree-ring research on P. merkusii has focused on the northern region of Thailand. Our study site was a pine stand located on a rock cliff in the easternmost region of Thailand (latitude 150 31’N and longitude 1050 ... Read More »

Morphology of some Bamboos Commonly Used in Lao PDR

Bamboos have provided a variety of raw materials and products widely used in Lao PDR for centuries.  Their diversity often makes people confused particularly in local and botanical names.  This study aimed to use the morphological procedure to identify some bamboos commonly used in the country.  Three study sites (Oudomxay province, Vientiane Capital, and Champasak province) representing the Northern, Central, ... Read More »